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Dtv Shredder | All-terrain Vehicle

This all-terrain vehicle is called the DTV Shredder, because itīs a dual tracked vehicle, and it shreds any surface you can think of! DTVīs CEO says itīs a "mini tank that rides like a skateboard”, and we do think thatīs quite the accurate description for it, it can go up to speeds like 25 mph (40kmh), and thatīs fast on a small thing like this! With 6-point articulating suspension, cast aluminum swing arms, variable speed, CVT system and the original two paddle styled, molded rubber tracks, itīs really a perky all-surface toy. With a 200cc, four stroke engine, that develops 14 hp, and a weight of 145 kg, itīll literally take you any place you want to go! Itīs pivoting deck allows you to swing it, and give it the direction you want to, it also features hydraulic brakes to stop it properly. So whether itīs snow, sand, dirt or gravel, if you want to shred it in a new and fun way, the DTV is the way to go! watch the video and check it out in action



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1980 HONDA CB 750 | BY CDR MOTORCYCLES | Image

1980 HONDA CB 750 | BY CDR MOTORCYCLES

CRD(Cafe Racer Dreams) Motorcycles is a new company based in Spain. Owner Pedro Garcia has always been an enthusiastic lover of motorsport, especially two-wheeled vehicles. He has a vast mechanical experience specializing in Japanese motorcycles of the 70s and 80s. Here we feature one of his sleek creations, the custom built Honda CB 750 kz from 1980 nicknamed "Brownie". The standout feature has to be the open space under the seat, giving the bike a minimal look and...
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RUCKUS CRUISER | Image

RUCKUS CRUISER

After capturing our attention with the Quinn Bike, a compact cargo bicycle, the design team behind Coast Cycles have surprised us again with this awesome little cruiser named Ruckus. The cool bike is a throwback to when time moved slower and bicycles were fun things meant to take you to a happier place. The extra-long custom lounge seat with room to fit another passenger brings the social back to bicycling. Available with drivetrain options that include one with an ...
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MODULAR KAYAKS | BY POINT 65 | Image

MODULAR KAYAKS | BY POINT 65

The Modular Kayaks by Point 65 feature an innovative snap tap solution, allowing you to snap apart and re-assemble in only a few seconds. You can also add a mid piece and transform the kayak into a expedition tandem - so you can bring a friend! It features two watertight compartments for your gear, foot pedals, cup holders and a comfortable seat & back pad. After exploring, simply take it apart and easily place it in the trunk of your car. watch the video Als...
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